Join herbalist and educator Lindsay Napolitano to explore edible & medicinal plants of the Fall Equinox. Uncover the folklore and science connecting certain prized plant species to the spirit of the plant underworld ushered forth by the autumnal equinox! Discover features of the landscape that signal the turning of seasons and the transformation of elemental energies that spur the fall. Learn about seasonal culinary traditions, medicinal uses, folklore, and mythology while exploring the plant world with all the senses.
Registration is required, No walk-ins please.
Please arrive 10 minutes early to check in.
Please dress weather appropriate & bring a water bottle. Rain or “Muck” Boots are recommended.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER...
Lindsay Napolitano is an herbalist, farmer, artist, and educator living and working within the fields and forests of the Delaware River Watershed. She is the co-founder of Fields Without Fences, a forest garden farm and permaculture design service. In collaboration with the natural world she designs, cultivates, and tends wild gardens and woodlands while growing and crafting plant medicine for her extended community. Combining a love of story, myth, metaphysics, and ecology, Lindsay weaves an inspired narrative throughout her teachings on the subjects of herbalism, permaculture, and agroecology. She is a practicing clinical herbalist and writes professionally on subjects including herbalism, permaculture, and environmental renewal. You can usually find her outside, aiding and abetting the plants in their ceaseless quest for world domination.